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RootDim [root]

RootDim [root]


RootDim was formerly known as SuperDim. RootDim requires root privileges on your device. For unrooted devices, as well as for some devices incompatible with RootDim, try our ScreenDim.

RootDim lets you dim LCD screens (and a few OLED ones) to very low levels--lower than the OS normally allows (that's why you need root privileges)--to save night vision. This will be particularly useful for serious amateur astronomers.

On some devices you can also turn off LEDs (e.g., power LED).

If you have ChainFire3D, RootDim will let you conveniently control the nightmode settings together with the brightness settings.

You can save up to five profiles that can be restored with a single touch in the RootDim screen. The profiles include LCD backlight brightness and nightmode settings (if applicable). Long touch on profile button to save, short touch to load.

You can also create launcher shortcuts for particular saved profiles and for cycling through all the profiles.

If RootDim doesn't work on your device, email me at [email protected] before leaving a low rating. Maybe I can fix it.

Note 1: Some devices don't allow going below the minimum value allowed by the OS. There is really nothing I can do about that.

Note 2: There is a special feature for some Archos 70/101 devices that have a firmware problem that prevents them from waking up properly when they've been put to sleep with a low brightness (this problem occurs even if you don't have SuperDim). Go to Menu|Options and choose that option if you have one of these devices, and it should fix the problem.

Note 3: For all the users who would like a widget, please remember the launcher shortcut feature.

Recent changes:
1.58:
- bug fix
1.56:
- add support for light control on devices that don't support 'trigger' interface
- include other light settings in profiles
1.55:
- fix a light control bug
- but the light control is still broken on devices that don't support the 'trigger' interface
1.54:
- allow renaming of custom presets
1.53:
- renamed to RootDim
- better control over extra lights (still maybe not perfect)
1.52:
- added support for additional devices
- fix for Archos Gen8 firmware bug
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4.0
User ratings
1535
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
85 kb
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About RootDim [root]
RootDim was formerly known as SuperDim. RootDim requires root privileges on your device. For unrooted devices, as well as for some devices incompatible with RootDim, try our ScreenDim.

RootDim lets you dim LCD screens (and a few OLED ones) to very low levels--lower than the OS normally allows (that's why you need root privileges)--to save night vision. This will be particularly useful for serious amateur astronomers.

On some devices you can also turn off LEDs (e.g., power LED).

If you have ChainFire3D, RootDim will let you conveniently control the nightmode settings together with the brightness settings.

You can save up to five profiles that can be restored with a single touch in the RootDim screen. The profiles include LCD backlight brightness and nightmode settings (if applicable). Long touch on profile button to save, short touch to load.

You can also create launcher shortcuts for particular saved profiles and for cycling through all the profiles.

If RootDim doesn't work on your device, email me at [email protected] before leaving a low rating. Maybe I can fix it.

Note 1: Some devices don't allow going below the minimum value allowed by the OS. There is really nothing I can do about that.

Note 2: There is a special feature for some Archos 70/101 devices that have a firmware problem that prevents them from waking up properly when they've been put to sleep with a low brightness (this problem occurs even if you don't have SuperDim). Go to Menu|Options and choose that option if you have one of these devices, and it should fix the problem.

Note 3: For all the users who would like a widget, please remember the launcher shortcut feature.

Recent changes:
1.58:
- bug fix
1.56:
- add support for light control on devices that don't support 'trigger' interface
- include other light settings in profiles
1.55:
- fix a light control bug
- but the light control is still broken on devices that don't support the 'trigger' interface
1.54:
- allow renaming of custom presets
1.53:
- renamed to RootDim
- better control over extra lights (still maybe not perfect)
1.52:
- added support for additional devices
- fix for Archos Gen8 firmware bug

User reviews of RootDim [root]
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A Google User
Wednesday 1:33 PM
Awesome Was trying so many apps out there, only this one working on IPS screen
A Google User
4 days ago
Works I can dim my screen a little bit more (10 out of the 255. For, Atrix HD users this does work.
A Google User
Oct 22, 2014
No point... to this app having root access. It doesn't do anything special. I wanted to darken the screen using the brightness control but that doesn't work. I'm going back to screen dimmer.
A Google User
Oct 18, 2014
Working flawless as blamed! and unbelievably RAM friendly.
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
The new s3 galaxy L710T Doesn't work for this device.. just uses my standard brightness adjustment.